A Beginner’s Guide To Window Maintenance

Author: ProSource Window Cleaning | | Categories: Commercial Window Cleaning , Residential Window Cleaning , Window Cleaning Company

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They may look simple, but windows need just as much care and maintenance as the more complex elements of your abode. All the hard work they do, including regulating temperature and keeping moisture from sneaking inside, can create some serious wear and tear if left unchecked.

Thankfully, regular window maintenance will keep this part of your home in tip-top shape and won’t add more than five minutes to your daily chores. Keeping your windows dirt-free and airtight can help save on electricity bills and improve their working conditions as well. As experts in the field, we at ProSource Window Cleaning have written down a beginner’s guide to window maintenance. This will help you avoid window damage and keep your windows looking great. It gives you the results you want while freeing up your time to do more important things.

Getting Started

Educate yourself - The first step to ensuring proper window maintenance is to educate yourself on proper window care knowledge. Educating yourself on the do’s and don’ts of window maintenance is a must so that you can keep sparkling clean windows for years to come. Know that clean windows make a huge difference in the look of a home or business.

Clean them regularly - Window tracks are magnets for dead insects and dust. Cleaning windows should be a part of your regular home maintenance routine. You’ll remove all the dirt, dust, and debris that accumulates with time. Doing this will reduce the allergens that could possibly get into your home. Allergens like mildew can be quite dangerous to your health.

Next Steps

Never have sprinklers hitting your windows - All tap water is at some level hard because it contains hard chemicals. This means that if your sprinklers have sprinkled water all over your windows and the sun dries it over time, the minerals will build upon your windows over time and cause what looks like water spots to stain them. When planning your landscaping and sprinkler layout, ensure that they are placed a good distance away from any windows.

Avoid putting tape on your windows - You may love decorating your windows with festival designs, but the tape residue could stick around long after the holiday is gone. Although tape is designed to hold an object to glass for a short period of time, its adhesive may leave a lasting impression. Merely trying to scrape off the sticky residue is not enough and could leave lasting scratches. Try to avoid using tape on your windows unless really necessary. If you have to do it, research proper methods of getting rid of the residue left behind.

Advice From The Pros

Do not use abrasive products - This is pretty straightforward. Avoid using anything too abrasive on your windows, as they can scratch the top layer of the glass and permanently remove the glossy or shiny finish. Abrasive pads will also damage the material of the window frame. Dip a soft cloth or sponge in warm soapy water and wipe down the dirty window. Remove any excess water and dry using a clean and non-abrasive cloth.

If you are looking for residential and commercial window cleaners in Orange County / Los Angeles, reach out to ProSource Window Cleaning. Our mission is to be “Clearly Better” than our competition and be seen as Southern California’s most respected window cleaning company. We will accomplish this through superior customer service and customer support for our customers while providing personal and professional growth to our employees.

We offer services such as window cleaning, power washing, pressure washing, and specialty cleaning services to people in Orange County, Los Angeles County, and the Inland Empire.

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